As described by the International Dog Parkour Association (www.dogparkour.org)Dog Parkour is thought of as urban agility. It is a fun activity that teaches dogs to safely and confidently engage with obstacles in the environment. Dogs are taught how to climb, balance, jump among other activities.I would add that Dog Parkour can double as a fantastic and quick way to engage your dog mentally and physically. This class is ideal for dogs that need a “job,” energetic dogs (that are driving their people craa-zy!) as well as dogs that need to learn to enjoy novel things.
In this introductory course we will work on having dogs climb, balance, step backwards and go around.
Open to 4 handlers and their dogs ages 5 months onward
Dogs are comfortable working around people and other dogs on leash. No lunging, growling or excessive barking.
Rabies, DHLPP (distemper & parvo) or titer test. Proof of vaccination required at first class.
Saturdays: April 4th, (skip Sat. 11th) 18th, 25th and May 2nd 2020. First session is orientation without dogs. Class held at C.H.A.C.O.’s hub in Tesuque. Directions will be sent upon registration.
For new clients, you must complete the form on this page and submit payment below before registering for this class. If you are a current (or have taken a class/private training with Almudena) C.H.A.C.O. Dog Training & Behavior Consulting, LLC. client, please complete the form on this pagehere.